The 30-year-old made her England debut in 2006, and has gone on to make 226 appearances, earning a reputation as one of the world’s finest players. Across that time she has scored 6,533 international runs – second on England Women’s all-time list of run-scorers. In addition, she will be remembered for her work behind the
I can’t claim to have seen all the great English wicket-keepers of the post-war period, but I did see one, Leslie Ames, who dates from before the war. Though by the time I saw him in a Kent county game in the early 1950s he no longer wore the gloves. Who have there been since?
England Women wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor has decided to withdraw from the Vitality Women’s IT20 series against Australia. Taylor and ECB staff have worked together to manage her mental health across the last three years, but Taylor doesn’t feel in a position to take part in the upcoming three matches. Taylor said: “I first took a
England women’s wicket-keeper batsman Sarah Taylor will become the first woman to play Australian first grade cricket, when she makes her debut for Northern Districts Cricket Club (“the Jets”) in the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) West End Premier Cricket Competition on Saturday. SACA Premier Cricket is a two-day competition and represents the highest level